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1. Traits of a Successful CPO
If you'd like to succeed in the procurement world, you could do worse than to emulate the best traits of your leadership. Diptarup Chakraborti has studied successful CPOs and developed a list of personalit ...
Created on 01 February 2016
2. Using Behavior to Your Advantage
... head and I am inspired by indulging this personality characteristic. Diagnostic Bias: People live up to how others label them. Proactively, I label myself—I am a Chi Walker. Chi Walking is a fascinating ...
Created on 04 December 2015
3. Personality in Procurement
Do you have what it takes to move ahead in Procurement? Pierre Mitchell, on the Chief Procurement Officer site, explains why he thinks your personality may have a big impact on your individual and group ...
Created on 16 March 2015
4. Be Creative
Creativity is in high demand right now in the business world. It means different things to different people, but one thing we know for sure about it is that it's not an innate trait you have no control ...
Created on 13 March 2013
5. Are You Highly Creative?
Two specific behaviors of highly creative people seem to drive their definable characteristics. In an Innovation Excellence article, Jeffery Baumgartner discusses what makes this type of person tick.Check ...
Created on 23 February 2013
6. Solitary Confinement?
There's a wide range of personality types in IT. But, you know what? There are probably many more introverts than most people would think. Clive Thompson has written an interesting article in Wire ...
Created on 06 April 2012
7. Some Learnings from Mr. Jobs
... integral a part of him that he built, essentially though the force of his personality, a company that reflected this core value. Now, not everyone has the ability, will, and resources to do the same, but ...
Created on 23 January 2012
8. The Power of Diversity
... positivity, creativity, intelligence, work ethic, and many other traits. As a manager, you sometimes get the opportunity to hire employees and will certainly try to get a feel for personality as you go ...
Created on 06 June 2011
9. Brainstorm Your Way to Innovation
... charge’ of the meeting. You can rotate the responsibility, but it’s important to keep the discussion on track. Don’t allow personal agendas, personality conflicts, and the like to hijack the discussion. ...
Created on 16 February 2011
10. Using Irrational Behavior to Your Advantage
... personality characteristic. Diagnostic Bias: People live up to how others label them. Proactively, I label myself—I am a Chi Walker. Chi Walking is a fascinating technique that involves focus on postural ...
Created on 26 January 2011
11. Managing the "IT Genius"
... e same personality traits that will drive this worker to research a more effective way of processing can cause the worker to veer off on a "rabbit track" and lose track of time. The internet search to  ...
Created on 21 September 2010